Updated: All the #ICRA2020 plenary and keynote videos
ICRA 2020, one of the main international robotics conferences, is happening online this year due to COVID-19. That means there is loads of free content you can view from home. It’s a great way to see what’s happening in the field straight from those pushing the state of the art.
Plenaries and Keynotes are being broadcast from June 1 to 15 at 1PM UTC on IEEE.TV. We’ve embedded all the talks below, and will keep updating throughout the conference. Check out the online programme for more great content, including workshops and tutorials.
|Plenary Panel||Chair: Wolfram Burgard||Monday, June 1, 1PM UTC
Ken Goldberg, UC Berkeley, Moderator
Robin Murphy, Texas A&M, USA
Gangtie Zheng, Tsinghua U, PRC
|Lydia E. Kavraki||Planning in Robotics and Beyond||Tuesday June 2, 1PM UTC|
|Yann LeCun||Self-Supervised Learning & World Models||Wednesday June 3, 1PM UTC|
|Jean-Paul Laumond||Geometry of Robot Motion: from the Rolling Car to the Rolling Man||Thursday June 4, 1PM UTC|
|Allison Okamura||Haptics for Humans in a Physically Distanced World||Monday June 8, 1PM UTC|
|Kerstin Dautenhahn||Human-Centred Social Robotics:
Autonomy, Trust and Interaction Challenges
|Tuesday June 9, 1PM UTC|
|Pieter Abbeel||Can Deep Reinforcement Learning from pixels
be made as efficient as from state?
|Wednesday June 10, 1PM UTC|
|Jaeheung Park||Compliant Whole-body Control for Real-World Interactions||Thursday June 11, 1PM UTC|
|Cordelia Schmid||Automatic Video Understanding||Friday June 12, 1PM UTC|
|Cyrill Stachniss||Robots in the Fields:
Directions Towards Sustainable Crop Production
|Monday June 15, 1PM UTC|
|Toby Walsh||How long before Killer Robots?||Tuesday June 16, 1PM UTC|
|Hajime Asama||Robot Technology for Super Resilience – Remote Technology for Response to Disasters, Accidents, and Pandemic||Wednesday June 17, 1PM UTC|